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Position responsibilities include:
Partner with subject matter experts to create and update commercial credit policy and procedure documents through drafting new content or modifying existing content
Learn and implement formatting conventions of the Credit Policy group's Style Guide in the drafting of credit policy and procedure documents
Become a trusted advisor to business and credit partners by developing subject matter expertise in certain areas of the MUFG Americas Credit Policy framework
Guide partners through the Credit Policy Governance process to facilitate Committee approval of new or modified credit policies and procedures
Perform support functions for the Credit Policy Governance Oversight Committee, including assembling presentation materials and maintaining and updating the Committee charter
3-5 years bank commercial credit experience
Knowledge and experience working with bank credit policies
University graduate level English writing skills
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college
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